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Engineering Biology in Cambridge


Roger completed his bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology Engineering at the Monterrey Institute of Technology in Mexico City. He then moved to Cambridge and pursued a MRes in Nanotechnology as part of the Nano Centre for Doctoral Training. Working in the group of Lorenzo Di Michele, he obtained a PhD in Physics from the Cavendish Laboratory in 2021, followed by two short postdocs at the Department of Chemistry in Imperial College London and then back to Cambridge at the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology. Recently, he was awarded a BBSRC Discovery Fellowship on artificial cell bio-engineering to develop new biotechnologies for healthcare and medicine at the Department Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology.


BBSRC Discovery Research Fellow

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